Updating classic american bungalows
Other than that, my inspiration was making do with our budget constraints and working towards having a home that could finally showcase all my vintage treasures.
While I knew by boyfriend was handy (we had done a smaller renovation on our first condo) I had no idea he was capable of the work he did. I’m really proud of him and us for not killing each other.”-In terms of furniture and artwork, most of it is either from my family, estate sales or flea markets.
It will completely change the look of this room when that happens. I'm here to inspire and encourage other women to find their own inner creativity.
Andrea saw my painted paneling in my den and understood the power of paint.
“We looked at many houses that had already been ‘flipped’ poorly,” she says, “all the original details removed, hard wood ripped up and replaced with laminate, basically, all the charm gone.” Luckily, after a few wrong turns, Sarah stumbled upon a true gem—a midcentury home that was still relatively intact.
“When we toured this house it instantly reminded me of my grandparents’ house (which I had wanted to buy but was unable to at the time it was for sale).
It’s in dire need of being introduced to the 21st century and that’s where I came in.I’ve got a fun project I’m helping with and want to share it with y’all today! One of my friends from my church and fellow choir member, Andrea, has lived in this 1950’s brick ranch house off the Marietta square for 14 years.